# By 2

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This FREEBIE is a set of 24 word problems for double digit multiplication (2 digit by 2 digit and 3 digit by 2 digit). Problems range from single step to multistep, more advanced problems, allowing you to differentiate for various ability levels. Click on the picture to download for FREE!!

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Multiplication - 3 Digit By 2 Digit...worksheets with and without regrouping

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This math activity will have your students begging to play again!Students will work in teams to race against others to be the first to complete 2 digit by 2 digit multiplication problems correctly. There are 6 different rounds to give you ample time to use this activity as a review, a warm up, or an assessment.

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2-digit multiplication. In this collaborative activity students multiply 2-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers. Each pennant is in the shape of a ghost to add to your Halloween classroom decor. The multiplication problems on each pennant vary in difficulty allowing you to differentiate.Once a pennant is complete, it can be hung along a string in your classroom to show the world that, "Hey, we know how to multiply!"Included are 30 pennants, an optional student answer sheet and an answer key.

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Another Skip Counting by 2's worksheet to add to a Math tub or Center. The worksheet has sets of eyes (providing students with a visual for counting by 2's) with some of the numbers filled in making it an independent center.

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This homework goes with 4.NBT.5.B (multiplying 2-digit by 2-digit numbers using place value strategies). This goes well with my other sheets, but preserves the scale of the numbers on the blank area models. This is a good follow up to my product : Common Core Aligned - 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication using arrays homework

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In Spaceship Multiply by 2, the players roll 2 dice, add the numbers and multiply the total by 2. They then color the answer. Play continues until one player creates a line of 4. $ The fun way to review multiplication facts! :)

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